Assassin’s Creed III E3 trailer
Wed, 20 Jun 2012 3:08p.m.
Ezio Auditore’s story of making his way through the Italian Renaissance and Ottoman-controlled Constantinople is over.
Set against the backdrop of the American Revolution in the late 18th century, Assassin’s Creed III introduces a new hero, Ratohnhaké:ton, of Native American and English heritage.
Adopting the name Connor, he becomes the new voice for justice in the ancient war between the Assassins and Templars.
Players become an Assassin in the war for liberty against ruthless tyranny in what is promised to be the most stylised and fluid combat experiences in the franchise to date.
With a development cycle of over three years and twice the production capacity of any previous game, Assassin’s Creed III is being developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with six other Ubisoft studios.
The game is powered by the new Ubisoft-AnvilNext engine, which Ubisoft says “delivers breakthroughs in visual quality, character models and artificial intelligence”.
“Assassin’s Creed III features the franchise’s most expansive setting so far, along with an exciting new hero and exponentially more gameplay,” says Yves Guillemot, chief executive officer at Ubisoft.
“Whether you’re a long-time fan of Assassin’s Creed or if you’re new to the franchise, you’re going to be blown away by the scale and marvel of Assassin’s Creed III.”
Assassin’s Creed III is released October 31, 2012 on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and Wii U.
Watch the E3 trailer.
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